Brookfield Motorsports showroom / File photo

Brookfield Indian Dealer Expands Offerings Again, Adds Can-Am And Adopts New Name

BROOKFIELD, CT – What began as a one-brand dealer under the name Brookfield Indian Motorcycle in summer 2016 has grown into a multiline store offering Royal Enfield motorcycles and Vespa and Piaggio scooters as well. It’s now expanding further.

The store is adding three- and four-wheeled products built by Can-Am for on-road and off-road use. It is also is changing its name to the more inclusive Brookfield Motorsports.

Can-Am Ryker models / Photos courtesy of Cam-Am

Dealer principal Rob Gaulin said Tuesday that Can-Am products, such as the Ryker and Stryker three-wheelers and ATV and side-by-side models, are expected on the showroom floor later this month. Floor space is currently being rearranged and modified to meet the Can-Am’s requirements.

“It’s not all finished yet. They require some black walls. Can-Am is a big brand so they require a lot of floor space,” he said.

The addition of Can-Am gives Brookfield Motorsports additional vehicles that don’t compete with existing ones. “It expands our reach for customers,” said Gaulin. “We really wanted the three- and four-wheelers, but not just any brand. We wanted to keep it in that high-end category. We like OEMs that stand behind their products.”

2023 Can-Am Spyder

Brookfield Motorsports won’t be taking on other brands produced by Can-Am parent company BRP, such as Ski-Doo snowmobiles or Sea-Doo personal watercraft models. Gaulin said it also won’t carry Can-Am projected Pulse electric motorcycle model(s).

“This deal has been in play and in place for a long time,” said Gaulin. “We’re getting a butt-load of vehicles this month and next, and we’ve already taken orders.”

Brookfield Motorsports gives Can-Am eight dealers in Connecticut.

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